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  • Blog Post: Publish your Access database to SharePoint

    If you have an Access database sitting on your hard drive that you want to share with a larger team, one of the quickest and most flexible options is to publish it to a SharePoint site using Access Services. If you don't already have a database, you can quickly create one from a template. In Access 2010...
  • Blog Post: New Year's resolutions you can resolve with Office and Windows

    It's 2011, and if you're like me, you know there are some things you should have mastered last year that you didn't get to - so you resolve to tackle them when the calendar rolls over. Here are 65 popular tasks we frequently hear that customers want to learn - and which Productivity Hub can help you...
  • Blog Post: Viewing a SharePoint calendar in Outlook

    Using a calendar out on your SharePoint team site has a few advantages: Everyone on your team can access it and add appointments. Security is managed through SharePoint. If the calendar’s creator leaves the company, the calendar still exists. This is an advantage over sharing calendars...
  • Blog Post: Create a custom view of your data in Access on SharePoint

    Awhile back, we shared how to publish your Access database to SharePoint . Once you and your team are working in it, you may find things a bit overwhelming. There may be different fields for different teams, and - unlike with Excel - you can't lock the first column to keep your bearings. No worries,...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 public beta is now available

    The cloud-based version of Microsoft Office and related services, called Office 365, is now in public beta. This means you can sign up to try the subscription service, which offers your favorite Office applications plus SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync services via the Web using most devices. This delivers...
  • Blog Post: Keeping in Control: Document Set Versioning in SharePoint

    When you’ve worked hard on a project, sending your documents off for approvals is a bit like sending your kid off to college—you sure hope others take good care of it, but ultimately it’s out of your control. With document sets, you can capture version history for more than just...
  • Blog Post: Keeping it Together: Documents in SharePoint

    Between the research, edits, and approvals for all the projects on your desk, does it ever feel like you’re barely keeping it together? SharePoint has just the tool to help you keep it together—keep related documents together, that is. Document sets in SharePoint make it easier to manage...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Office for Mac 2011

    The latest version of Microsoft Office on the Macintosh just launched, and it is designed to help connect people using both Mac and Windows versions of Office. You can get Office for Mac 2011 now . Here are some of the new features: Improved launch speeds Integration with Microsoft SharePoint, Windows...
  • Blog Post: Get the Latest Scoop in SharePoint

    Keeping up on changes to my company SharePoint site is essential in my job. I need to know about newly added documents, team discussion responses, modified tasks, and many other changes. But scouring the company site for changes would be an endlessly tedious task. Instead, I check only one spot: Outlook...
  • Blog Post: Using the Social Connector in Outlook 2010

    One of the most popular new features in Outlook 2010 is proving to be the Social Connector. If you work in a corporate environment, this feature can hook into internal SharePoint 2010 services to deliver contextually relevant information as your browse your Inbox - such as who an e-mail sender reports...
  • Blog Post: New Productivity Hub 2010 covers Office 2010, Windows 7 and more

    The Productivity Hub 2010 SharePoint Server site collection is available for download and offers a number of new and improved features including a quiz, Get It Done section with training for e-mail management and collaboration, and Coach self-help training for end users. Topics include: Office 2007 Office...
  • Blog Post: Save time saving Office 2010 documents to SharePoint

    If you frequently save documents to a team SharePoint site, you may be able to add a shortcut to your Office 2010 desktop applications. To see if this feature is enabled, go to your SharePoint document library and click the Library tab: Now click the Connect to Office button and select Add to SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Don't Panic - Moving Documents in SharePoint

    When I first started on SharePoint and I realized I couldn’t move files by dragging them, I panicked a little bit. My first instinct was to save the file to my desktop and then upload it again to the new folder. Talk about a gigantic waste of time! In case there are others out there who panicked...